Boopsie for Libraries Now Supports Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 and Launches Over 250 Apps for Customers


Boopsie for Libraries, the leading mobile solution for public libraries and academic libraries worldwide, announced today that their native app platform now supports both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Applications.

Over 2500 public library and academic library locations use Boopsie for Libraries to deliver custom-branded mobile apps on any mobile device to their patrons. Boopsie is helping libraries innovate by taking a more strategic approach to delivering content via an easy to use and easy to maintain mobile app for libraries.

Expanding our support for new operating systems and quickly enabling our library applications for Windows 8 and Windows 8 Phone use is critical, explained Tony Medrano, Boopsie for Libraries CEO. Delivering mobile apps for libraries on these new platforms enables our customers to better serve their communities by allowing their patrons to use their local library application on any mobile device. We work hard to keep up with technology in order to best serve our customers. Medrano was formerly the President and Founder of a 100-person mobile applications platform that was recognized with the "DEMO God" award at DEMO Mobile.

Boopsies mobile apps for libraries are already downloadable on Android, BlackBerry, iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad), J2ME, Palm, Symbian Series 60, Kindle Fire and Windows Mobile. Boopsie also supports browser-enabled devices and provides a version of their mobile apps for libraries that can run on desktop computers, if needed.

See Boopsies large collection of apps in the Windows Phone Store here.

Some links in the article may not be viewable as you are using an AdBlocker. Please add us to your whitelist to enable the website to function properly.